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Jan 1, 2013 4:00am PST
doing well, corporations are doing well, and, you know, once we get through the fiscal cliff stuff, i think it is going to make people finally make the transactions, get hiring and investing, and make a good story already even better. realize in 2012, many indexes went up about 15%. so don't you think we could rip off a 20% year? and even if we get close to that, we are going to hit new highs in the s&p 500 and the dow. > something that is always noticeable in the market, as you know matt: it is the best time to invest when it feels like it's the worst time. so is that what you're telling me? it might not feel like a great time right now, but now is the time to actually put a lot of money to work. > > exactly. the alternatives are poor. hedge funds did really poorly in 2012. i don't think you are going to get quite the returns on bonds. and you've got to get the money working in the economy. think about it: no one really thinks we can get back to all-time highs, even though we had a good year in most mutual funds, indexes and general stocks last year. so there is a lot of skepticis
Dec 27, 2012 4:00am PST
5 days to go. with the fiscal cliff hanging in the distance, how the focus of the discussion is starting to shift. in today's cover story, the housing market is gaining momentum. what first-time buyers need to know about getting in the game. plus, the grinch who stole sales. why holiday shopping took a hit this year. and, movie madness. ticket sales are on track for a record year. our critic tells us what's worth your watch. that's all ahead on today's first business. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning everyone. it's thursday, december 27th. i'm chuck coppola. angela miles has the day off. in today's first look: a massive storm hits the northeast - again. this time with an icy slap of snow, freezing rain and strong winds. it already took its toll on the southern plains and deep south. creative acccounting at the federal level. with the u.s. expected to reach its $16.4- trillion debt ceiling before the end of the year, the treasury department will undertake acccounting manuvers to create $200 billion in what treasury secretary timothy giethner calls "headroom." call it, "in y
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